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He continued, however, all the communal activities he had previously headed. It would take a full year until he was persuaded by the elders of the movement to accept the post.
On the first anniversary of his father-in-law's passing, 10 Shevat , in a ceremony attended by several hundred rabbis and Jewish leaders from all parts of the United States and Canada, Schneerson delivered a Hasidic discourse, Ma'amar , the equivalent to a President-elect taking the oath of office, and formally became the Rebbe.
Reiterating a longstanding core Chabad principle at his inaugural talk, he demanded that each individual exert themselves in advancing spiritually, and not rely on the Rebbe to do it for them, saying: Generally, in Chabad it has been demanded that each individual work on themselves, and not rely on the Rebbes.
One must, on their own , transform the folly of materialism and the passion of the 'animal soul' to holiness. I do not, God Forbid, recuse myself from assisting as much as possible, however; If one does not work on themselves , what good will submitting notes, singing songs, and saying lechayim do?
We need to go on the offensive. As Rebbe, Schneerson would receive visitors for private meetings, known as yechidus , on Sunday and Thursday evenings.
Those meetings would begin at 8pm and often continue until five or six in the morning and were open to everyone.
His secretary once even declined to admit John F. Kennedy because Schneerson was already meeting 'ordinary' people who had requested appointments months previously.
Meetings were then held only for those who had a special occasion, such as a bride and groom for their wedding or a boy and his family on the occasion of a bar mitzvah.
During his four decades as Rebbe, Schneerson would deliver regular addresses, centered on the weekly Torah portion and on various tractates of the Talmud.
These talks, delivered without text or notes, would last for several hours,   and sometimes went for eight or nine hours straight.
During the talks, Schneerson demonstrated a unique approach in explaining seemingly different concepts by analysis of the fundamental principle common to the entire tractate,   and referenced both classic and esoteric sources from all periods, citing entire sections by heart.
In Schneerson established a Chabad women's and girl's organization and a youth organisation in Israel.
Their mission was to engage in outreach directed to women and teens respectively. In he opened branches in New York, London and Toronto.
In a marked departure from an entrenched tendency to limit high-level Torah education to men and boys, Schneerson addressed his teachings equally to both genders.
Schneerson would describe the increase in Torah study by women as one of the "positive innovations of the later generations. That same year Schneerson sent his first emissary to Morocco, and established schools and a synagogue for the Moroccan Jewish community.
Beginning in the s, Schneerson instituted a system of "mitzvah campaigns" to encourage the observance of ten basic Jewish practices, such as Tefillin for men, Shabbat candles for women and loving your fellow for all people.
Following the death of his mother in , Chana Schneerson , Schneerson began to offer an additional weekly sermon in her memory.
These sermons, consisted of original insights and unprecedented analysis of Rashi's Torah commentary, which were delivered at the regular public gatherings.
Schneerson gave these sermons each week until In , Schneerson started a Chanukah campaign to encourage all Jews worldwide to light their own menorah.
After all tin menorahs were given out that year, a military manufacturer was commissioned to make tens of thousands of additional menorahs for distribution.
In , a public lighting of a Chanukah menorah was held by the Liberty Bell in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and in years following menorah lightings on public grounds were conducted in cities worldwide.
Legal challenges to the lightings on public grounds reached the Supreme Court and it was ruled that public lightings did not violate the Constitution.
Public lightings continue in thousands of cities today. In , during the Islamic Revolution and Iranian hostage crisis, Schneerson directed arrangements to rescue Jewish youth and teenagers from Iran and bring them to safety in the United States.
In Schneerson launched a global campaign to promote awareness of the Supreme Being and observance of the Noahide Laws among all people,  arguing that this was the basis for human rights for all civilization.
On these occasions Schneerson would address the public on general communal affairs and issues relating to world peace such as a moment of silence in U.
In , Schneerson initiated a campaign for the daily study of Maimonides 's Mishneh Torah. These events have been attended by many Jewish leaders.
In , Schneerson began a custom where each Sunday he would stand outside his office, greet people briefly, give them a dollar bill and encourage them to donate to the charity of their choice.
Thousands of people attended this event each week, which lasted up to six hours, and is often referred to as "Sunday Dollars.
Schneerson's wife, Chaya Mushka Schneerson died in During a talk in , Schneerson spoke passionately about Moshiach the Messiah and told his followers that he had done all that he could to bring world peace and redemption, but that it was now up to them to continue this task: On Sunday, March 1, , Gabriel Erem, the editor of Lifestyles Magazine told Schneerson that on the occasion of his ninetieth birthday they would be publishing a special issue and wanted to know what his message to the world was.
Schneerson replied that "'Ninety', in Hebrew , is ' tzaddik '; which means 'righteous. This message", Schneerson added, "applies equally to Jews and non-Jews".
During his decades of leadership, Schneerson worked over 18 hours a day and never took a day of vacation. Schneerson was opposed to retirement, seeing it as a waste of precious years.
In , during the hakafot ceremony on Shemini Atzeret , Schneerson suffered a heart attack. At his request, rather than transporting him to a hospital, the doctors set up a mini-hospital at his office where he was treated for the next four weeks by Dr.
Bernard Lown , Dr. Ira Weiss and Dr. The stroke left him unable to speak and paralyzed on the right side of his body.
During this time, the hope that Schneerson could be revealed as the Messiah Moshiach became more widespread. Following age-old Jewish tradition that the resting place of a tzadik is holy, Schneerson's gravesite is viewed by many as a holy site and has been described by the Yedioth Ahronoth as "the American Western Wall", where thousands of people, Jews and non-Jews,  go to pray each week.
Schneerson spoke of the position of the United States as a world superpower, and would praise its foundational values of '"E pluribus unum'—from many one", and "In God we trust".
Government to use its influence on countries who were receiving its foreign aid to do more for the educational and cultural needs of their deprived citizens.
Schneerson placed a strong emphasis on education and often spoke of the need of a moral educational system for all people.
He was an advocate of a Department of Education as a separate cabinet position from the Department of Health, Education and Welfare.
He stated that education "must think in terms of a 'better living' not only for the individual, but also for the society as a whole.
The educational system must, therefore, pay more attention to the building of character, with emphasis on moral and ethical values.
Education must put greater emphasis on the promotion of fundamental human rights and obligations of justice and morality, which are the basis of any human society".
During his life, Schneerson had great influence on numerous political leaders from across the aisle, many of whom would seek his advice.
Notable among them are John F. Kennedy, Robert Kennedy, Franklin D. Schneerson took great interest in the affairs of the state of Israel , and did whatever was in his power to support the infrastructure of the state and advance its success.
In Schneerson encouraged the establishment of Israel's first automobile company. Schneerson established a network of trade schools in Israel to provide Israeli youth, new immigrants and Holocaust survivors with vocational training and livelihood.
In Schneerson established a school for carpentry and woodwork. In he established a school for agriculture. In he established a school for printing and publishing and in a school for textiles.
Although he never visited Israel, many of Israel's top leadership made it a point to visit him. Schneerson advised the general to remain at his post.
Israeli politicians and military experts who came to consult with him were surprised by his detailed knowledge of their country's local affairs and international situation on strategic and diplomatic fronts.
Schneerson publicly expressed his view that the safety and stability of Israel were in the best interests of the United States, calling Israel the front line against those who want the anti-Western nations to succeed.
Schneerson stated that this position was not based on nationalistic or other religious reasons, but purely out of concern for human life. Just before the outbreak of the Six-Day War , Schneerson called for a global Teffilin campaign, to see that Jews observe the Mitzva of Tefillin as a means of ensuring divine protection against Israel's enemies.
After the Operation Entebbe rescue, in a public talk on 16 August , Schneerson applauded the courage and selflessness of the IDF, "who flew thousands of miles, putting their lives in danger for the sole purpose of possibly saving the lives of tens of Jews".
He lobbied Israeli politicians to pass legislation in accordance with Jewish law on the question " Who is a Jew? This caused a furor in the United States.
Some American Jewish philanthropies stopped financially supporting Chabad-Lubavitch since most of their members were connected to Reform and Conservative Judaism.
Other controversial issues such as his opposition to territorial com. Schneerson greatly encouraged the Jews who lived in Communist states. He sent many emissaries on covert missions to sustain Judaism under Communist regimes and to provide them with their religious and material needs.
Schneerson, who had an intimate knowledge of the Soviet government and their tactics, [ citation needed ] opposed demonstrations on behalf of Soviet Jews, stating that he had evidence that they were harming Russia's Jews.
Instead he advocated quiet diplomacy, which he said would be more effective. On one known occasion he instructed Senator Chic Hecht to provide President Ronald Reagan with contact information of people who wished to leave so that he could lobby their release.
Following the Chernobyl disaster in , Schneerson called for efforts to rescue Ukrainian Jewish children from Chernobyl and founded a special organization for this purpose.
Since then, thousands of children have been rescued and brought to Israel, where they receive housing, education and medical care in a supportive environment.
Schneerson initiated Jewish outreach in the post- Holocaust era and believed that world Jewry was seeking to learn more about its heritage. He sought to bring Judaism to Jews wherever they were and was the first person in all of history to try reach every Jewish community and every Jew in the world.
Today there are shluchim in all of the 50 US states, in over countries and 1, cities around the world, totaling more than 3, institutions including some in Israel.
Schneerson's model of Jewish outreach has been imitated by all Jewish movements including the Reform, Conservative, Orthodox and Haredi.
Schneerson's contributions to education and the betterment of mankind have been recognized by every president since Richard Nixon.
In , Schneerson became the first — and only — rabbi to have a U. President Bill Clinton penned a condolence letter "to the Chabad-Lubavitch community and to world Jewry" and spoke of Schneerson as "a monumental man who as much as any other individual, was responsible over the last half a century for advancing the instruction of ethics and morality to our young people.
For a priest's lips shall guard knowledge, and teaching should be sought from his mouth. For he is a messenger of the Lord. Shortly after his death, Schneerson was posthumously awarded the Congressional Gold Medal , honoring Schneerson for his "outstanding and enduring contributions toward world education, morality, and acts of charity".
The late Rebbe's eminence as a moral leader for our country was recognized by every president since Richard Nixon.
For over two decades, the Rabbi's movement now has some institutions; educational, social, medical, all across the globe. We the United States Government recognize the profound role that Rabbi Schneerson had in the expansion of those institutions.
Schneerson is recognized for his scholarship and contributions to Talmudic, Halachic, Kabalistic and Chasidic teachings. Soloveitchik , who knew Schneerson from their days in Berlin, and remained in contact once the two men came to America, told his students after visiting Schneerson "the Rebbe has a 'gewaldiger' awesome comprehension of the Torah,"  and "He is a gaon, he is a great one, he is a leader of Israel.
According to Mordechai Eliyahu , former chief Rabbi of Israel , his meeting with Schneerson "covered all sections of the Torah" Eliyahu said "The Rebbe jumped effortlessly from one Talmudic tractate to another, and from there to Kabbalah and then to Jewish law It was as if he had just finished studying these very topics from the holy books.
The whole Torah was an open book in front of him". Schneerson's teachings have been published in more than two hundred volumes. Schneerson also penned tens of thousands of letters in reply to requests for blessings and advice.
These detailed and personal letters offer advice and explanation on a wide variety of subjects, including spiritual matters as well as all aspects of life.
During , shortly before the Six-Day War , Schneerson launched a "Tefilin campaign" which encouraged the Jewish commandment mitzvah of the donning of Tefilin especially by non-affiliated Jews.
Within the Haredi community, criticism of the campaign was voiced at the Agudat Israel convention of However, following the incident, Yitzchok Hutner , a prominent Orthodox rabbi who had corresponded with Schneersohn in the past,  wrote to Schneerson privately, distancing himself from the convention.
Hutner wrote that he had not been at the convention and asked forgiveness for any pain his earlier letters discussing halachic issues regarding the tefillin campaign may have caused.
There is considerable controversy within Chabad about Schneerson's will, as he named no successor as leader of the Chabad-Lubavitch dynasty.
He did however write one legal will, which was signed before witnesses, whereby he transferred stewardship of all the major Chabad institutions as well as all his possessions to Agudas Chassidei Chabad.
Another will, no executed copies of which are known to be in existence, named three senior Chabad rabbis as directors of Agudas Chassidei Chabad. Schneerson was criticized for his passion and desire to raise awareness of the coming of the Messiah.
During his life, his admirers hoped that he would be revealed as the Messiah. Schneerson's supporters have claimed that many Jews felt that if there was indeed a person worthy of such stature, it was Schneerson.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For other people named Schneerson or Schneersohn , see Schneersohn. Schneerson Levi Y.
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